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Networks in Health Care
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Foreword - Professor Rob Webster 1. The Rise of Networks and Network Working 2. Networks - An Overview 3. Types of Networks Explained - Becky Malby and Kieran Mervyn 4. Networks and Hierarchies 5. Learning and Knowledge Networks 6. Developing Your Network 7. Leading Healthcare Networks 8. What Makes Networks Effective? (And How Do We Know if They Are?) 9. Networks and Innovation Network Diagnostics Suggested Further Network Reads Glossary - Roger Cowell References About the Authors Index

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Becky Malby, Professor, Health Systems Innovation, London South Bank University, London, UK Murray Anderson-Wallace, Independent Researcher, Leeds, UK; Visiting Professor, London South Bank University, London, UK

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Malby and Anderson-Wallace present readers with a comprehensive examination of the contemporary and potential applications for network thinking and management in the field of healthcare. The authors cover the rise of networks, working within networks, the types of networks, network hierarchies, and many other related topics. Becky Malby is a faculty member of London South Bank University in the UK. Murray Anderson-Wallace is an independent researcher and visiting faculty member of London South Bank University. -- Annotation (c)2017 * (protoview.com) *

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